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CQC to provide independent arbiter for Factual Accuracy

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We regularly have conversations with care providers, unhappy at the way inspectors have reviewed or rated their services. This can range from attitude of the inspectors on the day to unhappiness at the final report upon which ratings are based.... Read more

Tier 1 – Dementia Awareness Training

In partnership with the Faculty of Life and Sciences, Department of Nursing at Oxford Brookes University, we will be organising a range of opportunities for Tier 1 Dementia Awareness Training over the autumn. These sessions will be 2 hours long and... Read more

OACP: promoting #socialcare jobs

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Once again, OACP will be promoting social care as a rewarding, fulfilling and challenging job and career at the Oxford Times Job Fair. Recruiting quality social care staff is a challenge. The Office for Nationals Statistics has published a chart... Read more

Funding for dementia gardens

Come into the garden, Maud, for the black bat, night, has flown, Come into the garden, Maud, I am here at the gate alone; And the woodbine spices are wafted abroad, And the musk of the rose is blown. Alfred, Lord Tennyson Living through... Read more

Broken Trust? The murky world of NHS management

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Following the well-publicised resignation of Katrina Percy as Chief Executive of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, the BBC is examining whether Southern Health has done enough to silence its critics. Broken Trust will look at events that led... Read more